Chemical Parks at a glance
In the centre of Europe
The unique and successful Chemical Park concept was developed in Germany in the early 1990s. Chemical Parks are professionally managed chemical and pharmaceutical sites. Their operators offer investors a wide range of services. This enables investors to develop their business by concentrating on their core fields and using the exceptional infrastructure and shared services on chemical sites.
The German chemical industry is the number one in Europe and the fourth largest in the world. Located in the centre of Europe, German Chemical Parks offer exceptional conditions for your business investment or chemical plant.
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Your advantages inside Chemical Parks in Germany
An extensive range of services and a chemical industry infrastructure with excellent transportation routes and supply and disposal lines are hallmarks of the German Chemical Parks. Chemical companies locating here can concentrate entirely on production, as park operators provide:
- A highly developed infrastructure
- Integrated into Europe's pipeline network
- Highly qualified employees
- Close partnership with numerous research institutes and universities
- Excellent research and development environment
Such advantages pay off in considerably lower investment costs and rapid start-up of chemical plants. That is why German Chemical Parks provide the ideal location to gain a foothold in the chemical industry in Europe.
The local operators of the Chemical Parks offer investors a broad range of services, covering all activities from planning to construction and operation of chemical plants. Investors can make use of these services according to their individual requirements.
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The majority of chemical companies and chemical sites in Germany have merged to form four regional initiatives: ChemCoast, CeChemNet, ChemCologne and ChemDelta Bavaria. The object of these initiatives is to support the chemical sites in their respective regions. They work closely with the governments of the German federal states, municipalities, universities and economic development agencies in public-private partnerships.